Re: Bitcoin, crypto currencies, block chain

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Re: Bitcoin, crypto currencies, block chain

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Cool Breeze wrote:
Mon Aug 07, 2023 9:19 am
But he's a fake poster who doesn't trade, so who cares about general "predictions" without timing. They mean nothing. Plus, none of you will go back to that post and talk about how it never went to 3k, so I'm not a believer any of these posts matter. They are all just here to complain when BTC is one of the world's most desired assets, which is happening sooner than later.

When we hit all time highs soon, you should applaud me. But you won't. I find that funny.
It reminds me of Albert Cheung's work. Could be one of the younger members of his group, as it looks like Albert is retired. This was a very high-powered group of PhD mathematics traders based in Hong Kong.

http://www.qindex.com/

Sample of the methodology: http://www.qindex.com/crude-oil.html
While the periphery breaks down rather slowly at first, the capital cities of the hegemon should collapse suddenly and violently.

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Re: Bitcoin, crypto currencies, block chain

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I have admitted that there is a time, even though I could say just hold BTC forever (which is a position of mine, like Saylor, pristine assets you keep and borrow against), where I will be "wrong" about BTC. I couldn't even get John to make a statement like this about GD or wars in general, which are usually less definable in terms of the words he uses "crisis" or the degree to which the fear mongering here goes.

That time is 2027-28. You see, I don't hold anyone to anything I don't do myself. It's called integrity.

That most of you don't understand what my points are, or don't read my posts, reading what you want to see into them, is not my problem. I've explained myself. Another example of the nuance would be that I'm expecting a dip in BTC again, before it goes to ATH. Since I'm a bull, when it goes down, no one here will give me credit for that "trade". If that's the case, why give me a hard time when I make other calls? See? Picking and choosing, but the investment thesis of mine has always been, BTC is a pristine asset that will be desired way more than anyone realizes, in the mid to long term.

BTC has died like 600+ times at this point. That's how stupid its detractors are.

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Re: Bitcoin, crypto currencies, block chain

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** 08-Aug-2023 World View: Tiny Tim - Tiptoe thru the Tulips

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eQQKVKjifQ

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Re: Bitcoin, crypto currencies, block chain

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John wrote:
Tue Aug 08, 2023 11:01 am
** 08-Aug-2023 World View: Tiny Tim - Tiptoe thru the Tulips

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_eQQKVKjifQ
The door is closing, Tiny. Last chance.

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Re: Bitcoin, crypto currencies, block chain

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SEC got bish-slapped!

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